‘Can break down the coating’: Three things to avoid cleaning with citric acid


“Although harder to get hold of in significant quantities and a little more expensive than our other hero products, this is a fantastic ingredient when you need something stronger than lemons or baking soda.”

Despite its amazing qualities, the cleaning experts noted a few things citric acid shouldn’t be used to clean.

Delicate surfaces

Delicate surfaces include marble or stone worktops.

While some may advise using citric acid, cleaning experts caution against using it on marble or stone due to its corrosive properties.

Instead, try and find specialist marble cleaners to ensure it stays looking its best for as long as possible.


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